EVIDENCE – CONFESSIONAL STATEMENT – Whether a Court can convict on a voluntary confessional statement

“When found to have been voluntarily made, a confessional statement is enough to ground the conviction of an accused person. See FULANI M. V. STATE (2018) LPELR – 45195 (SC); KAMILA V. STATE (2018) LPELR – 43603 (SC); JOHN V. STATE (2017) LPELR – 48039 (SC).” Per ADAMU JAURO, JSC in AKINKUNMI v. STATE (2022-LCER-46533-SC) (Pp 44 – 44; Paras D – E)

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